Saturday, April 26, 2008

IF - Wrinkles

13 comments:

Chris said...

Wow... this palm reader sounds like me. I'm an endless skeptic when it comes to this sort of thing.

I really like the expression on the fortune teller's face -- great befuddlement. Also, the fingernails are a nice touch.

Piper said...

oh yes the life telling wrinkles in the palm of the hand! great idea.

i like your work very much. thanks also for your visit and comment on my blog.

Connie said...

This makes me laugh and I like your style of drawing.

Kat Hannah said...

great illustration - funny and true

nina seven said...

hee hee this is funny. thanks for your comment on mine!

van dyke said...

Funny! I like the palm reader's hair and the perspective. Ever been to a palm reader? My wife and I went to one in New Orleans. It was located in the back room of a voodoo shop (!). A little creepy but fun! We'd do it again and the stuff the reader said was accurate. Anyway, great drawing!

Paola Zakimi said...

Funny, like your illo!

sisu said...

I love your blog! You and I seem to share a lot of things in common. I just bought a book written by Ollie Johnston, who worked at Disney. Awesome book!
Thanks for stopping by my blog, hope you don't mind if I link your blog to my page. Let me know if it's okay!

Karin

Teresa said...

Hey all, thanks for your comments! I found this week to be a bit difficult and almost gave up. On Friday I was working on a piece that was wrinkles of a tree - i.e. bark, but it just didn't work. It wasn't until Saturday morning that I thought of this idea.

Van Dyke! Is it possible that the palm reader you went to in New Orleans was Colo Milling? I have been to see him and I agree, he was pretty accurate. I found the inebriated tourists on Bourbon street more scary than any of the voodoo stuff ;o)

Sisu, permission to link granted, link away!

sheree said...

haha --- great idea!

johanna said...

lol that's true :) nice illustration!

FrankenBarry said...

Funny cartoon/commentary... nice drawing, too!

Forever Young said...

ha ha what an excellent idea.